Obama was supposed to safeguard Oregon’s Owyhee Canyonlands with a National Monument designation, but when that didn’t happen, its supporters were left wondering. What’s next?
Mike Olbinski is a photographer with an obsession—chasing storms throughout the southwest. It sounds crazy, but when you see his photos you'll understand.
Every year, the Smithsonian holds a photo contest highlighting some of the best photographs from around the world. Here are our favorite finalists.
It’s wildfire season in the West, and we’ve seen a lot of terrifying and dismaying scorched-earth photos, but none that are quite as stunning as Stuart Palley’s. The 28-year-old photographer, based in Newport Beach, California, has spent much of the summer chasing that state’s drought-fed blazes and shooting hard-working hotshot crews, gut-wrenching property destruction, and night shots that are just as eerie as they are beautiful. To find out more about how Palley works, we caught up with him late last week while he was coming back from the Blue Cut Fire near his home.
Wolf pack takes down elk on highway overpass in Canada
Residents of the Hollywood Hills above Los Angeles have grown accustomed to wildlife wandering in their neighborhood
Jonny Armstrong is a portrait photographer, but he’s never met any of his subjects. He sets hidden cameras that are triggered by motion sensors and captures candid, amazing portraits of wildlife.
In recent years, data collected from the cave system has unlocked an important clue in tracking glacial loss.
Wild fish? Farmed fish? No fish? This is no Dr. Seuss rip-off; it’s the increasingly confusing situation that seafood consumers are facing.
With a 40-pound camera system and a mission to photograph the world, Google takes us to the Himalayas for a closer look at the Sherpas who call the mountains home.
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